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Joe HoldenTeam Manager and Coach 087-2562400 

Junior Hurling

Updated - Oct 1st
Adult Hurling
Date Time Time Competition Fixture / Result W/D/L
5-Mar-2006 Sun 3:30pm Cup Rnd 1 Clontarf 0-7 V Naomh Fionnbarra 0-11 LOSS
19-Mar-2005 Sun 11am Cup Rnd 2 Wolfe Tones 1-14 V Clontarf 2-5 LOSS
9-Apr-2006 Sun 3pm League C'ship Rnd 1 Ballinteer SJ V Clontarf   (Walk Over) WIN
19-Apr-2006 Wed 7:30pm Cup Rnd 3 Clontarf  (Walk Over) V Ballinteer SJ WIN
30-Apr-2006 Sun 3pm League C'ship Rnd 2 Clontarf 1-13 V St. Judes 4-4 DRAW
4-May-2006 Thur 7:30pm League C'ship Rnd 3 Kilmacud Crokes 0-7 V Clontarf 3-18 WIN
7-May-2006 Sun 3pm League C'ship Rnd 4 Clontarf 1-5 V St. Brigids 2-5 LOSS
24-May-2006 Wed 7:30pm League C'ship Rnd 5 Fingallians V Clontarf (Walk Over) WIN
28-May-2006 Sun 11am League C'ship Rnd 6 Clontarf 1-8 V Round Towers C 1-8 DRAW
15-Jun-2006 Thur 7:30pm League C'ship Rnd 7 St Oliver Plunketts ER V Clontarf LOSS
21-Jun-2006 Wed 7:30pm League C'ship Rnd 8 Clontarf 1-15 V St. Marks 1-12 WIN
25-Jun-2006 Sun 11am League C'ship Rnd 9 O Dwyers 1-13 V Clontarf 1-10 LOSS
9-Jul-2006 Sun 11am League C'ship Rnd 10 Clontarf 2-12 V Na Fianna 0-4 WIN
17-Aug-2006 Sun 11am League C'ship Rnd 11 Clontarf 3-13 V Liffey Gaels 1-4 WIN
1-Oct-2006 Sun 11am C'ship 1/4 Final Liffey Gaels 2-11 V Clontarf 1-10 LOSS

Match Reports 2006

Doyle Cup - Sunday March 19th 2006 - 02 October 2006

Doyle Cup -  Sunday March 19th 2006

Wolfe Tones 1-14 (0-6) V Clontarf 2-5 (2-5)

Clontarf Junior Hurlers made the historic trip north to the Wee County on Sunday morning to face Wolfe Tones of Drogheda in the Doyle Cup.

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Championship 1/4 Final - Sunday Oct 1st 2006 - 02 October 2006

Junior Hurling Championship 1/4 Final – Sun. October 1st 2006

Clontarf 1-10 V Liffey Gaels 2-11 [ Half Time: 1-4, 0-5 ]

“Hurlers exit Championship”

It was the 3rd time of asking for these two teams as Clontarf and Liffey Gaels replayed their Championship 1/4 final on a wet Sunday morning in early October. The venue was O'Toole park, a far from happy hunting ground for Clontarf teams of old.

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